-5 Things That End Friendships, And Why That Just Might Be Okay-

So true 🙂

Thought Catalog

We don’t know how to phase people in and out of our lives without getting attached. We just don’t. Granted, sometimes we have life-long friends who grow and change as we do, but that’s often not the case. Circumstances change. We change. And we’re not supposed to spend forever with people who don’t help us to enjoy life or teach us things about the world or ourselves or who generally don’t serve a purpose other than to frustrate us. Sometimes it’s just better to acknowledge that a friendship has run it’s course and that not every friendship, much like relationships in general, is meant to be a life-long thing. Accepting that is much better than trying to hold onto the pieces that are left. It’s the strain of trying to do so with people who don’t fit us anymore that really does us in. So very often, the circumstances will do…

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-People Leave-

People leave.
They forget everything you’ve done for them & just leave.
Walk away & never turn back.
No matter how much you scream,
How much you shout,
How much you cry,
They pretend they are deaf.
They keep walking & never turn back.
They forget everything you’ve done for them & just leave.
People leave.

-The Calm & The Storm-

Everyone has got their own set of tides to sail through.

Stormy seas we all have to pass.




For the calm to come.

But then as they say,
There’s always calm waters before a storm


When the storm hits,

Some perceive it as a big scary tsunami,

Those are just sad pessimists.

But the optimists –

Oh, they just take it as great sea surfing experience!

-Vipul Chaskar & Joanne D’Cunha-

storm a coming

22 Signs You’re An Ex-Convent School Girl

So true 🙂


1. You’re cool with doing the heavy lifting – as long as it’s manageable. What? Wait for the guys to come help out? Girl, we went through 10 years of school without a single guy in sight (unless you count that wimpy math teacher), and we did just fine.

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2. You have that one group of girlfriends that you know will be there for you. FOREVER.


3. “Friendship problems” don’t throw you anymore. We’ve been through 4 years in a school full of girls going through puberty all at the same time. It was hell. There would always be at least one person in any classroom PMSing at any one time – plus we pretty much hung out with the same group of girls so much that our cycles literally synched up. Yes, it’s not a myth; it’s true. Which basically means WAR every few weeks. I repeat. It was hell.

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